The tribe took action after high levels of chemicals were found in water wells in Airway Heights, Washington.

Tribal citizens voted overwhelmingly to move the Palace Casino and Hotel to a different location in Cass Lake, Minnesota, that sees more traffic.

A highly-charged gaming dispute that sett off a litigation, legislation and lobbying frenzy is finally coming to an end.

The dust is starting to settle after the nation's highest court delivered defeat to Indian Country in a dispute that originated at a tribal casino.

Liquor sales at the Spirit Lake Casino and Resort are supposed to fund an alcohol and drug rehabilitation center.

Kathy George, who has worked at FireKeepers Casino Hotel in Michigan for more than five years, is taking on a new role as chief executive officer.

The tribe plans to choose one of its own to serve as chief executive officer of its gaming operation in Arizona.

Officials in Otter Tail County, Minnesota, are still reviewing plans for the casino at Star Lake.

The new administration is sticking by a letter that should help the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation and Mohegan Tribe in their quest.

The Supreme Court has changed the rules of the game, putting tribal officials and employees at risk for damages they may incur while off the reservation.

The scoping report for the new Eagle Mountain Casino has been released but it's only a small step in a long process.

Colten N. Curley, 19, allegedly stole more than $64,000 over 42 separate occasions at the casino in Idaho.

The Arizona Republican is joining the battle over a new casino in Connecticut but a letter sent to the Trump administration is marred by alternative facts.

Opponents are planning to take the case to the U.S. Supreme Court in hopes of stopping the tribe from opening a Class II facility on its reservation.

Naskila Gaming offers Class II games, which are normally out of the state's reach, but officials in Texas are asserting jurisdiction at the facility.

Republicans and Democrats blamed each when a budget deal that authorized new Class III games fell apart.

The tribe's bingo hall was the first of its kind in Oregon and the tribe signed the first Class III gaming compact in the state.

Lawrence Payer is the first of nine former leaders to admit his role in the theft of gaming funds.

As the future president's gaming empire faltered, the tribe's blossomed.

An answer from the Bureau of Indian Affairs is being promised by June 19.

A casino expansion project has led to a lawsuit against the state of South Dakota.

Security staff at the Chukchansi Gold Resort and Casino in California alerted authorities about the dangerous patron.

The complex in Hertel, Wisconsin, includes a casino, a restaurant, a convenience store, a truck stop, an amphitheater and an RV park.

The southern California tribe is growing marijuana for dispensaries around the state.

The proposal from the Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians was apparently a surprise.

The Gun Lake Casino in Wayland, Michigan, is now nearly double in size.

Plans call for a $45 million to $50 million investment in the Palace Casino and Hotel in Cass Lake, Minnesota,

Are Native nations ready for the challenge to defend what is and isn’t tribal immunity law?

Is counting on the Seneca gaming revenue ignorance, arrogance or intimidation?

The project is seen as a way to keep gaming dollars in Oregon from going to neighboring Washington.

The tribe's former gaming director arranged an unusual deal that appeared to benefit him financially.

The nation's highest court has agreed to review a federal law that shields the Michigan tribe's casino from litigation.

The Match-E-Be-Nash-She-Wish Band of Pottawatomi Indians has been hoping to leave the legal drama behind but the nation's highest court won't let that happen.

The writing was on the wall for the tribal casino employees who are being sued in Louisiana state court.

The SCOTUS decision on Lewis et al. v. Clarke this week could ultimately effect the full ‘vitality’ of tribal sovereign immunity

With a long-running lawsuit nearly behind them, the leaders of the Match-E-Be-Nash-She-Wish Band of Pottawatomi Indians are preparing for the next chapter in their Indian gaming success story.

The victims of a fatal crash in Texas are trying to connect the Kickapoo Tribe and its casino to the incident.

A 73-year-old bathroom attendant at the Foxwoods Resort Casino was punched in the face because the water was too cold for the officer.

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